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overnight on the daily cal website showing how intense that fire became. five people were living in a duplex. they all got out safely including a woman in a wheelchair who had to be helped out by police. four homes surrounding this one were also evacuated as a precaution. those people have been allowed back in except for the family of five that is homeless this morning. firefighters in the meantime are evaluating the damage. >> during the firefight, there was a collapse of the roof and second floor which resulted in us backing out of the building and fighting the fire defensively. this is where we put our ladder trucks and spray water from the temperatures to of the roof and hose lines into the windows -- water from the tops of the roof and hose lines into the windows. >> reporter: part of the roof collapsed falling on the first story. but firefighters pulled back before that happened. nobody was hurt. now, there was some talk that maybe a propane tank may have been involved in starting this fire. firefighters will not confirm that this morning. they say once they're sure all the hot spots a
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always has that look in his eyes. >> it is entertaining. >>> homecoming night for the cal bears. >> an october that the fans couldn't ask for. the one change at the coliseum a fans are demanding. >> afternoon highs will be running below normal for saturday. i'll have a look at what to expect coming up. >>> both bay area baseball teams gun the world series run today. the giants will take on dusty baker and the reds, at at&t park. mr. perfect game. matt cane will start game one. he and the rest of the giants held the final workout yesterday. >> the post season is something that is so much fun, and you work so hard to get here. all year, and i think you got to really enjoy just the process of being in this position. >> the giant have finalized the 25 man roster, they will carry 12 pitchers and five reserves, that included aubrey huff. game one start at 6:30 at at&t park. it is a sell out, game 2, the same time tomorrow. series moves to cincinnati for game 3 at 2:37 pacific time, and if necessary, games 4 and 5 will be played on wednesday and thursday. san francisco mayor he had lee
for the daily cal when the fire was al full bore between midnight and 2 a.m. at one point the firefighters were inside, the second story was collapsing on them. they had to get out and fight it from the outside. i'm here with deputy fire chief. tell me about that moment when you started to realize that the structure's integrity was being compromised. >> so when the firefighters were inside the outside incident commander was evaluating the structure and saw the heavy amount of flames that were shooting out of the building and that's when they realized that there was going to be a collapse of the second story of the roof structure. so we went defensive spreading the water from the top of our ladder pipe in from the outside into the windows. that's what we call a defensive fire. >> reporter: when you're looking for hot spots, there's a lot of voids you say that hot spots could be hiding. >> with the collapse of the structure, the second floor, it's creating void spots that we can't get to the fire. so there's small hidden hotspots that we're trying to get to. we'll be here all morning waiting for
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here, they kind of did a victory lap with all the fans kind of reminiscent of cal ripken in 1985 when he broke the record. it was an exciting and memorable event out here. we'll be back with more on 9 news now t
that was taken. >> jetblue getting into the race.cal >> and get ready to spend more your ticket home for the holidays. not good news. now to linda bell. >> first let's begin with boeing. won the largest pentagon contract in september of .ilitary the contract is for maritime planes valued at $2 billion. if you need to book tickets for or december holidays, start saving now or book early. air fares on average are about 3% higher compared with last year. the everest thanksgiving flight by $11. speaking of lights, jetblue is political. if you're not happy with the election,november's the carrier will fly you out of free.untry for to join the promotion, visit jetblue's website and choose who you want as commander-in-chief. pending on the results of the could win a free of their one international destinations. highlighting the ns have beenica voting. back to you. >> thank you. the freedom americans have in .oting back to you. >> thank you. ?hat's happening out there >> this pringles should be gone afternoon and it will be day.tty decent you just have to be a little patient. sprinkles and s
of reminiscent of cal ripken in 1985 when he broke the record. it was an exciting and memorable event out here. we'll be back with more on 9 news now tonight. krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the... number of students that we have. resources. materials. things that the children need... on a day-to-day basis. anncr: question seven will help. the department of legislative services says question seven... will mean hundreds of millions of dollars... for schools...from gaming revenues that would have... gone to other states. and independent audits will guarantee the money... goes where it's supposed to. krystal conwell: i think people should vote for question... seven because i think it will be a great benefit to children. on >>> check out these gigantic pumpkins. it was this one that set a new world record weighing 2,009 pounds. oh, my gosh. the man who grew it in massachusetts says during peak growth, the vegetables can gain 40 pounds a week. for all his hard work he took home a check for $15,000. but how do you get them to keep growing like that? that's crazy. magic? >> how big ar
stopped by his local cal campaign office and te president told volunteers they're making me do my hom homework. >> bret: ed henry with the president in las vegas. thanks. stocks were mixed today. dow gained 78. s&p 500 finished ahead four. nasdaq fell 3. bring in senior political analyst brit hume from washington with analysis of what the president has been saying on the campaign trail about the economy. good evening. >> hi there, bret. a central premise of the obama campaign is he inherited an economy in freefall. pulled it back from the brink and set it on the right path. but consider this. the economy fell in to recession more than a year before mr. obama took office. by the time he was inaugurated the worst of it was over. the economy was still shrinking but the steepest decline had occurred in the time quarter of 2008. it shrank less in first quarter of 2009. by june of 2009 it began to grow again, marking the official end of the recession. mind you this occurred before almost any of the massive stimulus spending mr. obama signed in to law had taken effect. yes, you might say in
on the website for the daily cal. the fire broke out just after midnight. of the five people that were in the home, one woman was in a wheelchair. she had to be helped out by police. but again, no injuries to report. homes around the building had to be evacuated because firefighters were afraid that this was going to spread. those people have since been allowed back in after part of the home that was initially the source of this fire collapsed. >> so during the firefight there was a collapse of the roof and second floor which resulted in us backing out of the building and fighting the fire defensively. this is where we put our ladder pipes and spray water from the tops of the roof and from hose lines into the windows. >> reporter: and here are some pictures we shot of the back of the house. that is where most of the damage occurred. the rear of the home and the attic. because of the collapse, there are a lot of void spaces now in what's left of the building and firefighters are afraid that fire still could be hiding in those spaces. that's why they are going to be here on scene until f
, and then outside the city we have florence and the machine in mountain view, madonna in san jose, cal game, stanford game. so it's equal opportunity traffic congestion all around the bay area. so they are really encouraging you to use mass transit. they are stepping up service. bart, ferries, muni. bart is adding trains beginning tonight. and by the way, bart actually had two of their top ten service days earlier this week and they are expecting those numbers to go through the roof on saturday and sunday. maybe it might be a record- breaker. so this seems like the perfect storm of events. but at least it should be a fun weekend if you don't mind battling all the extra crowds. to get the latest on all the events going on this weekend check out our website, cbssf.com/weekend. so we know it's going to be saturday and sunday heavy traffic-wise. we're crossing our fingers for "friday light" so far this morning. let's go to gianna inside the studio. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. so far, so good. it is indeed "friday light" on the freeways. this is a live look at conditions
.s. including so cal will be baking. up over 100 in some 1309s. 98 in l.a. 69 in chicago. 72 in new york. not too bad. october 1st. john. good to see you wearing your obligatory orange tie. >> we coordinated this morning. thank you very much. good to see you, rob. out in california, the 405 freeway in los angeles is open to traffic this morning. the giant weekend repair project nicknamed carmageddon 2 wrapped up ahead of schedule opening up the ten mile stretch that was closed. people in los angeles will still complain about the traffic today. >> carmageddon. blah, blah, blah. >> only in l.a. freeways are a very personal thing. >> holly robinson pete was tweeting, this is the greatest day to drive on the freeway. there's no one here. we've got to take a short break. still ahead, the miracle of medinah or maybe the chicago collapse might be more fitting. [ male announcer ] does your prescription medication give you the burden of constipation? turn to senokot-s tablets. senokot-s has a natural vegetable laxative ingredient plus the comfort of a stool softener for gentle, overnight relief o
shot a suspicious man on the cal train tracks. this happened at a maintenance facility near the station and delayed trains during the rush hour. news chopper two was flying over the scene. police say the man had been lying on the tracks and became aggressive when a deputy approached him. the deputcalled for back up when he started picking things up off the ground to use as weapons. >> he displayed a aggressive behavior that the deputy believed was a danger to his safety and that of the other deputies. >> police say the 29-year-old moon is from san jose, his injuries are not life- threatening. investigators want to know if he is mentally ill or under the influence of drugs. >>> later today he will take over as the new catholic archbishop, installed at 2:00 during a mass there. he was served as bishop of oakland and is a supporter of california's same sex marriage ban. gay rights supporters say they will protest outside the church. >> 7:33. the america's cub village plan is changing and some teams are not happy with the idea. villages for fans to get a close look at the boats and crew wer
cost the way amazon does. that's just something we would never do here. it's amp thet cal to the american belief and the price system. you can't tell people the price they can sell books. if you were serious there's a social value to small businesses as small, independent book sellers you could do that. another area of policy is patent law. it seems those are two big parts of american policy that don't get discussed. >> well, my brother and i started a business in the mid-'90s in chicago. we eventually filed for two patents. we got them after our business was shut down. >> sad horns. >> we owned so much in legal fees. if anyone came up against us, we couldn't afford to go after them. >> that's the issue not talked about. not only do you not get the patent, you have to defend the patent. >> what does that mean? there's interesting reporting being done on this and hasn't bubbled up. >> i'm a small business owner, i get a patent. you big business are violating my patent. i have to fight you. you have deep pockets, i don't. who is going to win? >> plus the microenterprises tha
, a sta advertise ta cal high. bret baier will be live at a particular suburb, a major battleground suburb, and bret baier is joining us now. let's talk about the timing of this. they say international issues won't be a part of this debate but you have the romney campaign publishing this editorial today which is all about foreign policy. what do you make of the timing? >> well, sure, i mean this issue is clearly on the informan front burner because all of the news coverage now finally because of the libya situation and how it was handled from the very beginning. that, obviously, has not subsided yet and you have the concerns about iran and the president not meeting with world leaders at the united nations fresh in people's minds. and i think the romney campaign wanted to get involved in that with this opinion editorial and we are hearing that a speech is in the works. but john is right, this debate is about domestic policy, this debate is about the economy. and gym lehrer, the moderator will focus on that, and it's hard to imagine how it gets off to those other topics. jenna: let's talk a
-- >> brian: cal continually votes in the people who believe in funding those pensions beyond belief. >> absolutely. >> gretchen: at the same time, you're losing what people argue is the job creators by the millions are leaving california, right? >> it's important to note that california has a debt of around $80 billion. it's very little in compared to other countries that have that kind of a gdp that we have, which is almost $2 trillion. so we are nowhere to be in trouble financially if ha wait a minute we just every year for decades had a 10, $50 billion deficit because we just spent too much money. >> steve: as big as the deficit is in california, it doesn't even approach what we're heading toward here in the united states of america. >> that is really tough because when you talk about $16 trillion, i mean, this is the last few years come from ten to $16 trillion. that is troubling. then on top of it, you have the deficit, which is like a trillion and a half every year. i mean, we are talking about a lot of money, and on top of it, this country doesn't have a budget for three yea
around for the better. the "usa today," willie? >> new analysis from a british head cal journal finds at least 170,000 cases of skin cancer linked to indoor tanning. >> oh, dear lord. >> wow! >> hey, willie, we've got some anchors we need to warn. >> that is bad news for a lot of people. let's move right along. the results suggest indoor tanning is responsible for about 5% of non-melanoma skin cancers, the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the u.s. >> i don't know what you guys are laughing about. >>> "the wall street journal," for the first time since 2008, beer sales are on the rise. shipments rose nearly 2% in the first eight months of 2012. draft beer sales are up 12%. willie, i think it's cute, sam stein said "thank god" because, of course, there's nothing like cracking open a non-alcoholic beer while you're looking at old c-span tapes. >> got to do it. the ooch'doul's. >>> speaking of sad stories, let's go to politico for something that makes me tired. >> the chief white house correspondent is mike allen with a look inside the "playbook." >> good debate morning. >> we've got due
their car shot up in mexico city. the shooters as you mentioned mechanics cal federal police officers. now reports that investigators believe the shooting may have been a targeted assassination attempt by officers loyal to one of mexico's brutal drug cartels. a u.s. official telling the "associated press" that the evidence is, quote, pretty dam strong, that the officers that shot at the u.s. embassy vehicle were tied to organized crime. mexico, of course, a very important u.s. ally so obviously there is a lot of sensitivity regarding this. the state department not commenting publicly. the mexican government says it is cooperating, working with the f.b.i. who is leading the investigation. 12 mexican officers have been detained, they are being held on house arrest. this was the third time in the last two years, jenna, that american personnel have been targeted and shot in mexico. as we get more we'll pass it along to you. jenna: what a story, rick, thank you. gregg: tonight's presidential debate in denver is putting a key swing state squarely in the spotlight. president obama holds a slight
fire danger. temperatures in so cal will be well into the 90s. sacramento may even hit 100 degrees today. so they are still sizzling. 70 expected in chicago. >> you said rain mixed with snow? >> that's the way it -- it's denver. mile high. >> come on. >> it's october. >> it's early october. >> after an 82 degree high. >> thanks, rob, for the warning. 46 minutes past the hour. john berman and christine romans are filling in for soledad o'brien who is on assignment. christine joins us now with a look at what's ahead. >> a lot coming up. following a developing story ahead on "starting point." a television cameraman who traveled to the u.n. with the iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad, that cameraman has now defected here in new york. right now he's hiding out, we're told, in an undisclosed location, saying he's in fear for his life. coming up we're speaking with his lawyer, live. devastating new details this morning about operation fast and furious. did drug cartel leaders carry out a hit on innocent teenagers using weapons they got from president obama's administration? we're talki
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